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Restaurant complex plan meets Miami River’s grit

Champions of the Miami River appreciate that the city has a working river, with vibrant marine-industrial uses up and down both banks. A working river means imports and exports, jobs, tax base and more – including…

Codina To Market Two More Telecom Ecomplexes

The Codina Group Inc., which plans to expand the Miami Free Zone building in West Miami-Dade and turn it into a park for telecommunications companies, has just been hired to…

Ups Hub To Create Up To 150 Jobs During First Year

United Parcel Service's $30 million Americas International Hub Facility near Miami International Airport will create 100-150 new jobs within a year, said Robert Elizondo, senior vice president of the firm's…

Convention Bureau Packages Course For 8th Graders

In what's being billed as a one-of-a-kind effort, the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau and Miami-Dade County Public Schools have collaborated in a curriculum program to recruit and prepare…

American Terminal Overhaul To Get Under Way In April

Construction will begin in April on a redesign of the the American Airlines terminal at Miami International Airport, said David Brush, the company's managing director of corporate real estate.…

Alliance Finds Miami Quotonly Choicequot For Elaunch

Todo 1 Global — a Miami-based provider of services and products to Ibero-American consumers via the Internet — launched its first portal, Todo 1 Personas, in Venezuela this week, organizers…

Fiu Hopes To Analyze Colombian Influx Into South Florida

Florida International University may soon have a fully developed research program to track the influx of Colombians settling in South Florida to escape social upheavals shaking the Latin American nation.…

Revisions Set Parrot In Motion

Parrot Jungle's six-year-old plan to move to Watson Island is moving forward with Miami's approval of project revisions completing the permit process and allowing construction of the $46 million theme…

73yearold Historic Washington To Be Expanded To Full High School

A $12 million expansion to Booker T. Washington, one of Miami's oldest public schools, will return it to its original status as a high school in time for its 75th…

Gold Medal Awards Seeking Firms Leaders Who Make Community Shine

Miami Today is accepting entries in the second annual Gold Medal Awards competition, which recognizes companies, institutions and individuals that are at the forefronts of their fields in South Florida.…

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